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Best Leadership Books

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

If you are looking for leadership books, there are so many out on the market. There are some that relate leadership as a science and others as an art. Sometimes you can find books that talk about leadership being both.

If you are a manager, or supervisor, there are various books that could help you in your job place. They are well worth the investment and the time it takes to read them. Keeping afresh on books will also help you understand the latest great finds on leadership.

When you read leadership books, you should take some extra time to ponder what you are reading. Instead of just reading the books casually, you take time to analyze your own life and how you can put the information into practice.

Many books provide the necessary steps that it takes to become a leader. These types of books are more science-driven. Books that incorporate emotional aspects of leadership are more art-driven.

Before you do purchase any books, it is a great idea to consider the title of the book that you considering buying. When you look at titles, you can encounter snippets of leadership truths that you can try applying. Sometimes short phrases, like titles, can help you get started on your leadership improvement journey.

Sometimes if you just take a few moments to think about leadership and how you define it, can be one of the best steps to applying it. You can learn various things from leadership books, but sometimes looking up leadership related words in the dictionary can help you determine important definitions.

Some books on leadership are directly related to personality types. These books teach you how to use your personality to your benefit. For example, the four personality types are Choleric, Sanguine, Melancholy, and Phlegmatic.

Leaders who are Choleric can use their assertiveness and will power to help them lead. Sanguines learn how to lead through their charisma. Melancholies are known for their systematic operations and regulations. And Plegmatics learn to lead best through mentoring or teamwork.

If you pick up leadership books that deal with personality types, keep in mind that you usually have two personality types (one dominant the other secondary).

If you want to learn more about what personality type you are before looking up books on how to lead through personality, there are various websites that will help you figure out your personality.

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